The Central Fells are situated right in the heart of Lakeland, surrounded by the other geographical areas. The eastern boundary starts at the lowland area around Lake Windermere and Ambleside, travelling up through the Vale of Grasmere, Dunmail Raise, Thirlmere, all the way up to the Vale of Keswick in the north. To the west is the Borrowdale and Langstrath Valleys, and the Sticks Pass which cuts off the Central from the Southern Fells.
There are many spectacular fells which are very popular with walkers. They include treasures such as the ever-popular Langdale Pikes, the supremely lovely foothills overlooking Borrowdale and the ‘silent forests and gaunt crags’ above the dark waters of Thirlmere.
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